MANCHESTER UNITED yet again disappointed after they were held to a 2-2 draw against Aston Villa at Old Trafford.
Time must be almost up for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after his side were second best against the Villans as they drew in the Premier League for a second game running.
They fell behind to a stunning strike from Jack Grealish, before Tom Heaton scored an own goal after Marcus Rashford’s header came off the post and bounced in off the goalkeeper.
Victor Lindelof put the hosts in front in the 64th minute, before Tyrone Mings equalised just two minutes later after United switched off at the back.
Here’s how SunSport’s Jake Lambourne rated and slated the Red Devils.
DAVID DE GEA – 5
Could do nothing about Grealish’s strike and was beaten for power by Mings’ fiercely struck volley.
AARON WAN-BISSAKA – 5
Always looked to be an outlet, but his end product continues to let him down. Brilliant defensively, but his crossing is nothing short of shocking.
He must improve if he wants to try and get in front of Trent Alexander-Arnold in the England side.
VICTOR LINDELOF – 5
Took his goal brilliant as he steered his header at the back post into the far corner. But he was beaten for strength on multiple occasions by Wesley, and he still looks vulnerable in the air.
HARRY MAGUIRE – 4
Made a number of good headers away from corners, but they were the only things of real note he did. At times he found himself in the final third looking for the killer pass only to pass to the opposition.
And defensively he was caught out, turned inside out, and slow to the second ball. Yet to prove he’s anywhere near the £80million United forked out for him.
BRANDON WILLIAMS – 5
You can’t fault the youngster’s desire, but he was often beaten up by Trezeguet down the right flank.
Kept Mings onside for his goal as he failed to race out quick enough.
ANDREAS PEREIRA – 5
Brilliantly found Rashford for the cross for United’s equaliser in the first half and made a number of important slide tackles.
But the Brazilian international was wasteful in the final third and often dithered on the ball and slowed things down.
FRED – 6
Despite not being able to get in the team earlier in the season, the ex-Shakhtar ace has been United’s best performing midfielder in recent weeks.
Always looked to move forward and find a player in front of him, just a shame he isn’t the best passer of the ball.
JUAN MATA – 4
It’s clear to see that Mata can’t last for 90 minutes in the Premier League, and he looks gassed after half an hour.
Again a player that was looking to unlock the key pass, the Spaniard showed why he should be coming off from the bench.
DANIEL JAMES – 5
Made a few good runs early in the game, but was a passenger for the majority of the match.
Did put some good crosses in the box, but no team-mate was there to get on the end of them.
MARCUS RASHFORD – 5
Lucky that his strike bounced off Heaton and into the back of the net as he was unmarked from four yards out. He should have scored.
Missed a number of chances and should have got himself in the box more to get on the end of one of James’ deliveries.
ANTHONY MARTIAL – 5
Like Rashford, was guilty of squandering key chances. The Frenchman looked disinterested and often cut back instead of racing into the box.
He isn’t the striker to lead the line for United.
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JESSE LINGARD – 5
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LUKE SHAW – 4
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An 82nd minute substitute, the youngster barely got involved in the game with the little time he had.